mokie: Stonehenge with the sun shining through the stones (holiday hippie)
Technically, today is for greeting cards - pulling out old cards, waxing nostalgic about when people used to send cards, that kind of thing.

But that's a bit dull, so I went with Le Tarot des Femme Erotiques instead. If you know your tarot, it's actually pretty easy and pleasant to read. Gist of the reading: I'm frustrated with work, and displacing it into other areas of my life.

Damn cards, calling me out and being right like that.

Without a deck handy? Facade offers free readings with a number of spreads and decks (along with other goodies).

P.S. If you're still looking for a reason to wear red in February, today is the anniversary of the publication of The Communist Manifesto (1848).
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